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FasterCures commends bipartisan support of FDA Reauthorization Act (August 2017)

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Multiple Sclerosis News Today highlights FasterCures' work to improve patient engagement in biomedical R&D (August 2017)

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FASTERCURES TRACK

October 2017: Patient-centricity and collaboration emerge as key themes at Partnering for Cures in Boston

The value of patient-centric efforts, the necessity of biomedical R&D collaborations, and the desire for more collaboration with patients were common threads of the discussions held at Partnering for Cures Boston on July 12. Panelists discussed topics ranging from the challenges of data sharing to the uncertainty of the regulatory landscape. Read summaries of the plenary sessions and watch videos of all sessions, including David Fajgenbaum’s personal story of working relentlessly to cure his own disease and Meg Tirell’s candid one-on-one interview with Robert Langer of MIT.

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TRAIN E-NEWS

July 2017: The Research Acceleration and Innovation Network (TRAIN) E-News

New on TRAIN Central Station: Foundations as Collaboration Conveners

Throughout FasterCures’ engagement with TRAIN organizations, we have heard that stakeholders are increasingly asking foundations to be the “honest brokers” of collaborative research. Building and sustaining these collaborations requires balancing competing interests and calls for different skills than the individual grant-making process that foundations are used to. To address this emerging trend, FasterCures compiled a variety of templates, publications, and other resources from across sectors to guide these efforts. Our latest report and toolkit are complementary resources that offer insights on how to streamline the planning and execution of collaborative initiatives by foundations. The toolkit will be a living resource that we will add to as we hear from TRAIN organizations. Use these resources to facilitate collaborative processes, from governance structures to sharing data.

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Press Releases

FasterCures to Further Accelerate Biomedical Innovation with $3 Million Grant from Helmsley Trust

The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has awarded FasterCures, a center of the Milken Institute, a three-year, $3 million grant to support its quest to improve medical research systems and accelerate the pace at which patients gain access to life-saving treatments and therapies. More »

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